Philly-favorite and ex-pat to LA, Molly O'Neill is back for a weekend of deep practice, exploration, injury prevention, healing, and yoga play. Don't miss this opportunity to practice with this fun, astute & outstanding teacher!
HOLY ROLLER! Friday 9/15 6:30-8:30pm
Work up a lather with an artfully curated 75-minute vinyasa flow, then bathe your soul in 45 minutes of sweet self-bodywork. We’ll use a common tennis ball to smooth out the rough patches in our fascia, release knotty muscles, and stimulate the relaxation response. You’ll leave singing hallelujah!
The cost of this special workshop is $25
I grew up in Northern California, where from the age of five I swam, ran and played soccer competitively. I moved to the East Coast for college in 2002, and in the ensuing years, began to notice that years of intense training had left me injured, high-strung, and hungry for new ways to stay fit.
I remember working out at the gym in Philadelphia and watching the yoga classes fogging up the windows. It took me months to actually go to a class, because was terrified of doing it wrong and looking silly. But I finally took the plunge and went to my first class. And although I thought the whole thing was crazy and confusing…I liked it. Within the first few classes I was introduced to Headstand, and it was so different from anything I’d ever tried and so FUN that I was immediately hooked.
My initial attraction to yoga was definitely the physicality of the asana. But as I went deeper into other aspects of the practice, I found so many other benefits. Peace in the face of chaos, strength through adversity, compassion in times of grief, joy in all things – these blessings are bestowed through the practice of yoga.
I wanted to share what I’d found, so I completed my first 200-hour teacher training with YogaWorks Senior Teacher Joan Hyman. After a few years teaching in Philadelphia, I decided to return home to California. I moved to Los Angeles in the summer of 2014 and completed my 300-hour YogaWorks Teacher Training with my mentor Joan and the rest of the amazing YW teaching staff.
I teach both Vinyasa and Restorative Yoga. My style is a challenging but mindful practice that emphasizes strong foundational alignment, intelligent sequencing and a joyful approach to more advanced postures. I believe that yoga should be fun, and that every student has the right to a safe and fulfilling personal practice.